At FABTECH Booth A3650, Siemens is showcasing the new Sinumerik MC controller as a universal, open, industrial PC-based CNC system. Its optimized motion control, high-performance automation and integrated Windows 10 operating system makes it the ideal control, especially for fabrication and specialty machines. With an open operating concept, the control system is
also suitable for additive manufacturing, metal-forming, adhesive applications, plate cutting, grinding, and laser or waterjet cutting.
The Windows 10 operating system provides easy integration of customized software for these machines. The open operating concept and the extensive range of interfaces make it a universal, open control, which can be easily utilized in existing fabrication machine solutions. Sinumerik Motion Control (MC) is optimally equipped with the latest generation of the proven Sinumerik numerical control (NC) kernel to meet the demands of the fabrication industry.
It facilitates motion control with maximum accuracy and — thanks to G-code programming — offers the freedom and flexibility in machine control. The integrated Simatic S7-1500F PLC increases the speed of response which, in turn, improves the automation performance. Sinumerik MC offers Safety Integrated as the Siemens industry standard for safety and implements the multi-layer Defense-in-Depth-Concept for IT-Security.
Sinumerik MC can be engineered in the TIA Portal, which provides a highly efficient engineering environment. This opens up new engineering opportunities for machine builders. Conventional PLC languages and high-level language programming are available in the TIA Portal to create automation programs for the control system. This is assisted by fast and simple commissioning offered by Sinumerik Operate, the graphical user interface of the Siemens CNC system.
Sinumerik MC is the ideal CNC controller for machine solutions that require individual
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